Eye Care

The Pharmacy Times® Eye Care resource center provides clinical news and articles, coverage from ophthalmology conferences and meetings, links to condition-specific resources, and videos and other content.

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Currently, genetic counselors apply their molecular and clinical expertise in diverse roles, many delivered via telehealth.
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Patients with this severe condition seem to experience significant differences in quality of life despite having similar visual fields
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Four case studies about skin and eye health.
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As the nerve exits the eye, the heightened pressure applies mechanical strain to the optic nerve, causing vision loss and potential blindness.
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Once accredited for use, the new test will improve doctors’ ability to predict and prevent vision loss from glaucoma.
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Over-the-counter products featured in the May 2020 issue. 
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Pharmacists are in a prime position to convey preventive and treatment options for eyelid inflammation.
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In the United States, more than 16 million Americans have DES and that number is expected to increase.
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The FDA has approved olopatadine hydrochloride ophthalmic 0.1% and 0.2% solution for sale as an OTC medication in the United States.
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Using metformin for type 1 diabetes and handling eye irritation—how would you respond to these cases?
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The once-daily solution will be the first once-daily eye-itch allergy-relief drop to be available without a prescription in the United States.
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Audible prescription labels will be available in-store at more than 420 Canadian pharmacy locations, including those at Lawtons Drugs, Sobeys, Safeway, Thrifty Foods, Foodland, IGA (western Canada), and FreshCo.